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MARCH 2019
Tonalá from Viceregal Mexico. An exotic import from the New World made from rare scented earths. Read More
A loyal toast to King Henry? An exceptionally large and early oak leaf and acorn bartmannkrug with a single Tudor Rose. Read More
The rediscovered 'Woollas Hall Vases', of Bristol hard-paste porcelain, decorated by Michel Soquet a painter from Sevres.  Read More
The most ambitious of Pavia faience relief-moulded dishes, the border taken from repoussé silver.
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A Chelsea finch enamelled in the London workshop responsible for decorating much of the finest porcelain of the time. Read More
Wilhelm Christian Meyer’s tribute to Frederick the Great with Fame celebrating the triumphs of the resting Mars. Read More
Fragili Tesori Dei Principi’ in the Palazzo Pitti has now ended. We were lucky enough to visit the exhibition with the European Ceramic Study Group of the French Porcelain Society. A triumphant celebration of porcelain and the exchanges between Vienna and Florence. Astonishing loans and a wonderful catalogue. Congratulations to all involved.

Anyone with an interest in European ceramics of all types should consider joining this group. We have plans for the future!

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